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The easiest rooms to update — the bed and the bath — cozy up to a soft and neutral Zen approach

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From the modern home boutiques in Palm Springs to the midcentury-infused Uptown Design District and remodeling showrooms across the Coachella Valley, our editor selects her favorite furniture, accessories, and design ideas for the season.

Our June Home+Design editor’s picks aim to soothe the spirit through an update in the bedroom and bath, including bath towels, a throw pillow and creative wall tiles. A netural color palette inspires calm, while soft textures and smooth surfaces add luxurious ambiance.

 

Towers of Tile

photo by kelly peak/peak photography

Catwalk tile by Marazzi.

 

Catwalk tile by Marazzi stacks up in a trio of glass towers in this double-vanity bath designed by Kitchen, Bath & Closets of Palm Springs. Glossy white Nickels Cabinets receive a pop from square Dream glass knobs by Atlas. Faucets by Hansgrohe; Monroe wall sconces by Hudson Valley Lighting.

 

Day Tripper

photo by mike lorrig

Biance Daybed from Grace Home Furnishings.

 

Ideal for extra seating at the foot of the bed, the 60-inch Bianca Daybed from Grace Home Furnishings’ exclusive Grace Home Collection makes lounging a new art form. Manufactured in Southern California, all pieces are built to order and fully customizable.

 

A Custom Job

photo courtesy of better built inc.

Sleek bath by Better Built Inc.

 

This sleek bath by Better Built Inc. features a custom cabinet vanity of the company’s own design. A playful surprise of micro mosaic tile in the shower demonstrates the sizable impact these pint-sized tiles can have in any space.

 

Silver Lining

photo courtesy of soukie modern

Soukie Modern pillow.

 

One-of-a-kind Handira Pillows by Soukie Modern are co-crafted in Morocco and California by repurposing a traditionally symbolic Moroccan wedding blanket. Each is down-filled for a luxe touch. Soft Belgian linen lines the back, while those distinctive silver sequins dance across the front.

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